About Us

We are Chartered Clinical Psychologists with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and registered Psychologists with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

We each bring over 20 years of experience as Clinical Psychologists in the NHS to the Kings Heath and Moseley Psychology Practice. Together, we have extensive expertise in assessment and therapy with adults who have a range of psychological difficulties; clinical supervision; teaching and training, clinical and service leadership; people and project management.

Our therapy approaches include Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), but we specialise in interventions that integrate techniques from different models to suit individual clinical needs and preferences. We are also two of the most experienced therapists, trainers and supervisors in CAT in the West Midlands.

We have put our combined expertise and shared values into the Kings Heath & Moseley Psychology Practice. It is a Practice that we are proud of. Our focus is on providing our clients with a welcoming and highly professional psychology and psychotherapy service. With affordability in mind, we have fixed fees and also offer some concessionary rates.

Bill Bell

Therapy for personal and sometimes painful or traumatic experiences can feel really anxiety provoking. I try to keep this in mind with the aim of providing a very safe, positive and encouraging space within which it is possible to explore and make changes. The feedback I often have from clients is that my style is calm, containing and gently challenging. I have expertise in a range of difficulties including depression and anxiety, but my specialist areas are interpersonal problems and trauma, including the consequences of early adverse life experiences and attachments.

I have lived and worked in the West Midlands since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist at Birmingham University in 1998. I am an accredited EMDR therapist, and have completed the advanced level (Psychotherapist) training in Cognitive Analytic Therapy, which takes four years.

I am also an accredited supervisor with a breadth of experience of individual and group supervision and I have worked with staff groups from over 10 organisations in the homelessness sector since 2016, delivering reflective practice supervision. I am a guest lecturer at Birmingham, Warwick and Bath Universities and have trained staff in the NHS and independent sector in CAT, Psychologically Informed Environments, working with personality disorder and individuals with complex needs.

Currently (2018), I am part of course teams for the CAT North Practitioner Training and the ACAT Inter-Regional Psychotherapy Training. I am an Associate with St Basils in Birmingham & Homeless Link in London.

Prior to training in Clinical Psychology, I did an arts degree and worked for a variety of organisations including the Probation Service and led a community history project. My key values are integrity, kindness and professionalism.

Jeanette McLoughlin

Deciding to come to therapy can be a daunting decision. I aim to offer a calm, safe place in which you will feel able to explore the difficulties you are experiencing. It is also a chance for us to see if we can develop a therapy relationship which feels positive and supportive. I have experience of working with a wide range of clients, including those struggling with anxiety and depression. My specialist areas of work include eating disorders, identity issues, psychological consequences of discrimination and interpersonal problems.

I have lived and worked in the West Midlands since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist in 1992. (This is such a long time ago that it was not yet a doctoral qualification and so I do not have the title Dr!) I have completed two years training in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) as a Practitioner, and subsequently qualified as an accredited supervisor in CAT. I have over 20 years’ experience of clinical supervision with a range of psychological professionals, and mental health workers who are using psychological thinking to inform their work. I am passionate about helping other people to develop their skills and confidence in the application of psychological principles. I have been involved in developing Counselling, CAT, Eating Disorder and Personality Disorder services alongside managing, training and supervising staff working in them.

I have been a guest lecturer for the Birmingham Clinical Psychology Training Course and have delivered training on Eating Disorders and Discrimination and Diversity. Most recently, I have been offering training on Self Care and Psychologically Informed Environments. I am an Associate with St Basils, and work with Murray Hall Community Trust in Sandwell.

I am an experienced Clinical Psychologist with a long-standing commitment to social justice and broadening access to mental health services. Before training as a Clinical Psychologist, I worked in diverse settings including a benefits advice service, a day centre for people with mental health problems and a Rape Crisis Centre. During my time as a Clinical Psychologist I have spent many years developing a counselling service which combined generic services with specialist provision for those often socially excluded on the grounds of gender, race, religion and disability. My values are honesty, hopefulness, caring, integrity and optimism.

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